Class with methods for handling HTTP responses

Details

Additional Methods

raise_for_ct(type, charset = NULL, behavior = "stop")

Check response content-type; stop or warn if not matched. Parameters:

  • type: (character) a mime type to match against; see mime::mimemap for allowed values

  • charset: (character) if a charset string given, we check that it matches the charset in the content type header. default: NULL

  • behavior: (character) one of stop (default) or warning

raise_for_ct_html(charset = NULL, behavior = "stop")

Check that the response content-type is text/html; stop or warn if not matched. Parameters: see raise_for_ct()

raise_for_ct_json(charset = NULL, behavior = "stop")

Check that the response content-type is application/json; stop or warn if not matched. Parameters: see raise_for_ct()

raise_for_ct_xml(charset = NULL, behavior = "stop")

Check that the response content-type is application/xml; stop or warn if not matched. Parameters: see raise_for_ct()

See also

Public fields

method

(character) one or more URLs

url

(character) one or more URLs

opts

(character) one or more URLs

handle

(character) one or more URLs

status_code

(character) one or more URLs

request_headers

(character) one or more URLs

response_headers

(character) one or more URLs

response_headers_all

(character) one or more URLs

modified

(character) one or more URLs

times

(character) one or more URLs

content

(character) one or more URLs

request

(character) one or more URLs

raise_for_ct

for ct method (general)

raise_for_ct_html

for ct method (html)

raise_for_ct_json

for ct method (json)

raise_for_ct_xml

for ct method (xml)

Methods

Public methods


Method print()

print method for HttpResponse objects

Usage

HttpResponse$print(x, ...)

Arguments

x

self

...

ignored


Method new()

Create a new HttpResponse object

Usage

HttpResponse$new(
  method,
  url,
  opts,
  handle,
  status_code,
  request_headers,
  response_headers,
  response_headers_all,
  modified,
  times,
  content,
  request
)

Arguments

method

(character) HTTP method

url

(character) A url, required

opts

(list) curl options

handle

A handle

status_code

(integer) status code

request_headers

(list) request headers, named list

response_headers

(list) response headers, named list

response_headers_all

(list) all response headers, including intermediate redirect headers, unnamed list of named lists

modified

(character) modified date

times

(vector) named vector

content

(raw) raw binary content response

request

request object, with all details


Method parse()

Parse the raw response content to text

Usage

HttpResponse$parse(encoding = NULL, ...)

Arguments

encoding

(character) A character string describing the current encoding. If left as NULL, we attempt to guess the encoding. Passed to from parameter in iconv

...

additional parameters passed on to iconv (options: sub, mark, toRaw). See ?iconv for help

Returns

character string


Method success()

Was status code less than or equal to 201

Usage

HttpResponse$success()

Returns

boolean


Method status_http()

Get HTTP status code, message, and explanation

Usage

HttpResponse$status_http(verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

verbose

(logical) whether to get verbose http status description, default: FALSE

Returns

object of class "http_code", a list with slots for status_code, message, and explanation


Method raise_for_status()

Check HTTP status and stop with appropriate HTTP error code and message if >= 300. otherwise use httpcode. If you have fauxpas installed we use that.

Usage

HttpResponse$raise_for_status()

Returns

stop or warn with message


Method clone()

The objects of this class are cloneable with this method.

Usage

HttpResponse$clone(deep = FALSE)

Arguments

deep

Whether to make a deep clone.

Examples

if (FALSE) { x <- HttpResponse$new(method = "get", url = "https://httpbin.org") x$url x$method x <- HttpClient$new(url = 'https://httpbin.org') (res <- x$get('get')) res$request_headers res$response_headers res$parse() res$status_code res$status_http() res$status_http()$status_code res$status_http()$message res$status_http()$explanation res$success() x <- HttpClient$new(url = 'https://httpbin.org/status/404') (res <- x$get()) # res$raise_for_status() x <- HttpClient$new(url = 'https://httpbin.org/status/414') (res <- x$get()) # res$raise_for_status() }